Caius Popillius Laenas est un homme politique romain. Il atteint deux fois le consulat en 172 et en 158 av. J.-C. Il se distingue comme ambassadeur auprès d'Antiochos IV.

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  • Caius Popillius Laenas est un homme politique romain. Il atteint deux fois le consulat en 172 et en 158 av. J.-C. Il se distingue comme ambassadeur auprès d'Antiochos IV.
  • Caio Popílio Laenas (em latim, Caius Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas) foi um magistrado romano de 173 a.C., irmão do cônsul Marco Popílio Lenate, e cônsul romano em 172 a.C. e em 158 a.C.O nome indica que pertencia à família dos Popílios, de origem etrusca.Foi cônsul em 172 a.C., um ano depois que o seu irmão Marco tratara vergonhosamente aos lígures. Desde a sua magistratura apoiou a atuação do seu irmão e impediu o seu castigo.Foi o primeiro plebeu que teve outro plebeu por colega no consulado, Públio Élio Lígur. Depois do seu ano de consulado serviu como legado na Grécia.Foi enviado como um dos embaixadores frente do rei selêucida Antíoco IV Epifânio, para advertir que não continuasse a guerra contra o Egito Ptolemaico.Antíoco estava marchando contra Alexandria quando se encontrou com os três embaixadores romanos. Popílio transmitiu-lhes a carta do Senado, à qual Antíoco se comprometeu a considerar. Então, Popílio Laenas desenhou um círculo em redor do rei com uma cana de açúcar, e ordenou-lhe não atravessar esse círculo até não contestar às exigências romanas. Finalmente, Antíoco ordenou a retirada.Popílio foi cônsul pela segunda vez em 158 a.C. com Marco Emílio Lépido.== Referências == Este artigo foi inicialmente traduzido do artigo da Wikipédia em espanhol, cujo título é «Cayo Popilio Laenas».
  • See also Popilius for other Romans with the same name. For more information on the Laenas family, see: Laenas.Gaius Popillius Laenas (the alternate spellings Popilius and Laena are fairly common) twice served as one of the two consuls of the Roman Republic, in 172 and 158 BC. His name indicates he was of the gens of the Popilii; the Latin plural of Laenas is Laenates.He was sent as an envoy to prevent a war between Antiochus IV Epiphanes of the Seleucid Empire and Ptolemaic Egypt. On being confronted with the Roman demands that he abort his attack on Alexandria, Antiochus played for time; Popillius Laenas is supposed to have drawn a circle around the king in the sand with his cane, and ordered him not to move out of it until a firm answer had been given. The Syrians withdrew. According to Livy,"After receiving the submission of the inhabitants of Memphis and of the rest of the Egyptian people, some submitting voluntarily, others under threats, [Antiochus] marched by easy stages towards Alexandria. After crossing the river at Eleusis, about four miles from Alexandria, he was met by the Roman commissioners, to whom he gave a friendly greeting and held out his hand to Popilius. Popilius, however, placed in his hand the tablets on which was written the decree of the senate and told him first of all to read it. After reading it through, he said he would call his friends into council and consider what he ought to do. Popilius, stern and imperious as ever, drew a circle round the king with the stick he was carrying and said, "Before you step out of that circle give me a reply to lay before the senate." For a few moments he hesitated, astounded at such a peremptory order, and at last replied, "I will do what the senate thinks right." Not till then did Popilius extend his hand to the king as to a friend and ally. Antiochus evacuated Egypt at the appointed date, and the commissioners exerted their authority to establish a lasting concord between the brothers, as they had as yet hardly made peace with each other." Ab Urbe Condita, xlv.12.Polybius, the Greek historian of the Hellenistic Period, added more nuanced detail in this major work, The Histories, which covered the period of 264–146 BC in detail:"27 1 At the time when Antiochus approached Ptolemy and meant to occupy Pelusium, Caius p91Popilius Laenas, the Roman commander, on Antiochus greeting him from a distance and then holding out his hand, handed to the king, as he had it by him, the copy of the senatus-consultum, and told him to read it first, not thinking it proper, as it seems to me, to make the conventional sign of friendship before he knew if the intentions of him who was greeting him were friendly or hostile. 4 But when the king, after reading it, said he would like to communicate with his friends about this intelligence, Popilius acted in a manner which was thought to be offensive and exceedingly arrogant. 5 He was carrying a stick cut from a vine, and with this he drew a circle round Antiochus and told him he must remain inside this circle until he gave his decision about the contents of the letter. 6 The king was astonished at this authoritative proceeding, but, after a few moments' hesitation, said he would do all that the Romans demanded. Upon this Popilius and his suite all grasped him by the hand and greeted him warmly. 7 The letter ordered him to put an end at once to the war with Ptolemy. 8 So, as a fixed number of days were allowed to him, he led his army back to Syria, deeply hurt and complaining indeed, but yielding to circumstances for the present. 9 Popiliusº after arranging matters in Alexandria and exhorting the two kings there to act in common, ordering them also to send Polyaratus to Rome, sailed for Cyprus, wishing to lose no time in expelling the Syrian troops that were in the island. 10 When they arrived, finding p93that Ptolemy's generals had been defeated and that the affairs of Cyprus were generally in a topsy-turvy state, they soon made the Syrian army retire from the country, and waited until the troops took ship for Syria. 11 In this way the Romans saved the kingdom of Ptolemy, which had almost been crushed out of existence: 12 Fortune having so directed the matter of Perseus and Macedonia that when the position of Alexandria and the whole of Egypt was almost desperate, all was again set right simply owing to the fact that the fate of Perseus had been decided. 13 For had this not been so, and had not Antiochus been certain of it, he would never, I think, have obeyed the Roman behests." Polybius, The Histories, Fragments of Book XXIX, published in Vol. VI of the Loeb Classical Library edition, 1922 through 1927, [1]According to some biblical scholars (e.g. Goldingay, 301), Popillius Laenas' fleet is the one referred to in Daniel 11: "For ships of Kittim will come against him; therefore he will be disheartened and will return," (Daniel 11:30).
  • Gaius Popillius Laenas (ook Gaius Popilius Laenas) was in 172 en 158 v.Chr. Romeins consul.Hij was militair actief in Ligurië en diende als gezant en militair in Griekenland.Hij is echter vooral bekend gebleven door de brutale manier waarop hij in 168 een diplomatieke missie in opdracht van de Senaat uitvoerde. De Seleucidenvorst Antiochus IV Epiphanes was tegen de zin van Rome binnengevallen in Egypte. Rome eiste dat Antiochus alle veroverde gebieden aan Egypte zou teruggeven en dat hij zich direct zou terugtrekken. Toen Antiochus bedenktijd vroeg, zou Popillius Laenas met zijn staf rond de koning een cirkel in het zand getrokken hebben, en hem bevolen hebben te antwoorden alvorens de cirkel te verlaten. Antiochus was overbluft en stemde dadelijk met de Romeinse eisen in.
  • Gaius Popilius Laenas byl v letech 172 př. n. l. a 158 př. n. l. římským kozulem. Do dějin vstoupil svým nekompromisním jednáním se syrským králem Antiochem IV. Epifanem.Když v roce 168 př. n. l. syrský král vpadl do Egypta a obléhal Alexandrii, Římané, znepokojeni jeho postupem, k němu vyslali poselstvo v čele s Gaiem Popiliem, které mělo dojednat mír mezi ním a egyptským králem Ptolemaiem. Antiochos po přečtení usnesení senátu požádal Popilia, aby mohl dokument probrat se svými společníky. Popilius však místo toho nakreslil svou holí kolem krále kruh a zakázal mu z něj vystoupit, dokud na usnesení senátu neodpoví. Antiocha jeho jednání natolik vyvedlo z míry, že nakonec souhlasil se všemi římskými požadavky – uzavřel s Ptolemaiem mír, s vojskem ustoupil zpět do Sýrie a dokonce vyklidil i Kypr, který nedlouho předtím na Egypťanech dobyl.
  • Gai Popil·li Laenes (Caius Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas) fou un magistrat romà, germà del cònsol Marcus Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas.Fou cònsol el 172 aC l'any següent que son germà. Va donar suport a l'actuació del seu germà i va impedir el seu càstig. Fou el primer plebeu que va tenir per col·lega al consolat a un altre plebeu Publi Eli Lige. Després del seu any de consolat va servir com a llegat a Grècia.Fou ambaixador davant el rei selèucida Antíoc IV Epífanes al que va advertir de no fer la guerra a Egipte i li va transmetre una carta del senat en aquest sentit, que el rei va prometre prendre en consideració; llavors Popil·li va traçar un cercle a l'entorn del rei i el va comminar a no travessar aquest cercle sense prendre una decisió. El rei va haver d'acceptar la imposició romana.Fou cònsol per segona vegada el 158 aC juntament amb Marc Emili Lèpid.
  • Gaio Popilio Lenate (in latino: Caius Popillius Laenas) (... – ...) è stato un politico romano, due volte console nel 172 e nel 158 a.C..
  • Gaius Popillius Laenas war ein römischer Politiker der ersten Hälfte des 2. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. aus der gens der Popillii.Im Jahr 175 v. Chr. errang er die Prätur, nachdem im Jahr 176 v. Chr. bereits sein Bruder Marcus dieses Amt innegehabt hatte. Im Konsulat (172 v. Chr.) folgte er ebenfalls seinem Bruder nach. Er verhinderte als Konsul gegen den erbitterten Widerstand des Senats die Restituierung der von seinem Bruder im Vorjahr verkauften ligurischen Kriegsgefangenen. Zusammen mit seinem Amtskollegen Publius Aelius Ligus bildete er das erste rein plebejische Konsulnpaar in der Geschichte der römischen Republik, was in den Konsularfasten ausdrücklich vermerkt wurde.Im Jahr 169 v. Chr. war Popillius als Gesandter in Griechenland und hielt sich kurz vor der Schlacht von Pydna auf Delos auf, um dort den Ausgang des Dritten Makedonischen Krieges abzuwarten. Nach dem römischen Sieg begab er sich umgehend nach Alexandria, um Antiochos IV. das römische Ultimatum zu überbringen, das den sofortigen Abzug aus dem besetzten Ägypten verlangte (vgl. Sechster Syrischer Krieg). Als dieser zögerte, zeichnete Laenas mit seinem Stock in den Sand einen Kreis um beide mit der Aufforderung, sich vor dem Verlassen des Kreises zu entscheiden. Durch seine schroffe Art veranlasste er den Seleukidenkönig zur Annahme der römischen Forderung (siehe auch Tag von Eleusis).158 v. Chr. wurde Popillius erneut zum Konsul gewählt, während sein Bruder Marcus Zensor war. Sein Todesdatum ist unbekannt. Sein Sohn Publius erreichte 132 v. Chr. das Konsulat.
  • Gajusz Popiliusz Laenas (łac. Caius Popilius Laenas) – polityk rzymski z plebejskiej rodziny Popiluszy (gens Popilia), senator i dwukrotny konsul. Jego aktywność przypadła na 1. poł. II wieku p.n.e.Konsul z lat 172 i 158 p.n.e. Wsławiony legacją (poselstwem) do Antiocha IV Epifanesa z roku 168 p.n.e., która została opisana przez Liwiusza i Polibiusza (Ab Urbe Condita XLV.12, Dzieje XXIX.27). W 169 p.n.e. Antioch odniósł znaczne zwycięstwo nad ptolemejskim Egiptem. Rzymski Senat nie zaakceptował tego stanu rzeczy i w liście, który miał dostarczyć Laenas domagał się od Seleukidy rezygnacji z cypryjskich i egipskich zdobyczy. Podczas spotkania na przedmieściach Aleksandrii kiedy król chciał się przywitać z posłami, Laenas bezceremonialnie wręczył mu zwój, po czym zakreśliwszy kijem okrąg dookoła jego osoby stwierdził, że władcy nie wolno wyjść poza granice koła, dopóki nie udzieli odpowiedzi. Zdeprymowany Antioch przystał na warunki Senatu. Był to wyraźny sygnał zmiany polityki rzymskiej wobec wrogów postulowany przez Katona, który domagał się brutalnych aneksji i upokarzania przeciwników, opozycyjny jednocześnie w stosunku do koncepcji Scypiona Afrykańskiego dziel i rządź (łac. divide et impera).== Przypisy ==
  • Gaio Popilio Laenas erromatar kontsul bat izan zen K. a. 172 eta K. a. 158 urteetan.Izenak Popiliotarren familiakoa zela diosku, etruriar jatorrikoa.Mezulari bezala bidali zuten Antioko IV.a Epifanes seleuzidar erregea eta Ptolomeotar Egiptoren arteko balizko gudua eragozteko. Antioko, Alexandriaren aurkako bere erasoa eteteko erromatar exigentziei aurre eginez, denbora irabazten saiatu zen.Popilio Laenasek zirkulu bat marraztu zuen seleuzidar erregearen inguruan azukre kanabera batekin, eta erromatar exigentziei erantzun bat eman arte zirkulutik ez mugitzeko agindu zion. Azkenik, Antiokok erretiratzea erabaki zuen.
  • Гай Попилий Ленат (на латински: Gaius Popillius Laenas) e политик на Римската република през 2 век пр.н.е. Той е брат на Марк Попилий Ленат (консул 173 пр.н.е.).През 176 пр.н.е. Гай е претор заедно с брат си Марк, през 175 пр.н.е. отново е претор. През 172 пр.н.е. Гай Попилий е избран за консул заедно с Публий Елий Лиг. Двамата са първата двойка плебейски консули.През 169 пр.н.е. е пратеник в Гърция и чака на Делос завършването на Третата македонска война. След римската победа той отива веднага при Антиох IV в Александрия, за да му даде римския ултиматум, който изисква неговото напускане на Египет (шеста сирийска война). Според историята на Полибий, когато Антиох се поколебава какво решение да вземе, Ленат взема една пръчка и очертава кръг около царя, като му казва да отговори без да излиза от кръга - в противен случай ще приеме отказа му за начало на война срещу Рим; тогава Антиох се съгласява да се оттели от Египет.През 158 пр.н.е. е избран отново за консул. Колега му е Марк Емилий Лепид. Брат му Марк тази година e цензор. Неговият син Публий е през 132 пр.н.е. консул.
  • Cayo Popilio Laenas (en latín, Caius Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas) fue un magistrado romano de 173 a. C., hermano del cónsul Marco Popilio Laenas (cónsul 173 a. C.), y cónsul romano en los años 172 a. C. y 158 a. C.El nombre nos indica que pertenecía a la familia de los Popilios, de origen etrusco.Fue cónsul en 172 a. C., un año después de que su hermano Marco hubiese tratado vergonzosamente a los ligures. Desde su magistratura apoyó la actuación de su hermano e impidió su castigo.Fue el primer plebeyo que tuvo por colega en el consulado a otro plebeyo Publio Elio Lígur. Después de su año de consulado sirvió como legado en Grecia.Fue enviado como uno de los embajadores ante el rey seléucida Antíoco IV Epífanes, para advertirle que no continuase la guerra contra el Egipto Ptolemaico.Antíoco estaba marchando contra Alejandría, cuando se encontró con los tres embajadores romanos. Popilio le transmitió la carta del Senado, la cual Antíoco se comprometió a tomar en consideración. Entonces, Popilio Laenas dibujó un círculo alrededor del rey con una caña de azúcar, y le ordenó no atravesar ese círculo hasta que no hubiese contestado a las exigencias romanas. Finalmente, Antíoco ordenó la retirada.Popilio fue cónsul por segunda vez en 158 a. C. junto con Marco Emilio Lépido.
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  • Caius Popillius Laenas est un homme politique romain. Il atteint deux fois le consulat en 172 et en 158 av. J.-C. Il se distingue comme ambassadeur auprès d'Antiochos IV.
  • Gaio Popilio Lenate (in latino: Caius Popillius Laenas) (... – ...) è stato un politico romano, due volte console nel 172 e nel 158 a.C..
  • Gajusz Popiliusz Laenas (łac. Caius Popilius Laenas) – polityk rzymski z plebejskiej rodziny Popiluszy (gens Popilia), senator i dwukrotny konsul. Jego aktywność przypadła na 1. poł. II wieku p.n.e.Konsul z lat 172 i 158 p.n.e. Wsławiony legacją (poselstwem) do Antiocha IV Epifanesa z roku 168 p.n.e., która została opisana przez Liwiusza i Polibiusza (Ab Urbe Condita XLV.12, Dzieje XXIX.27). W 169 p.n.e. Antioch odniósł znaczne zwycięstwo nad ptolemejskim Egiptem.
  • Gai Popil·li Laenes (Caius Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas) fou un magistrat romà, germà del cònsol Marcus Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas.Fou cònsol el 172 aC l'any següent que son germà. Va donar suport a l'actuació del seu germà i va impedir el seu càstig. Fou el primer plebeu que va tenir per col·lega al consolat a un altre plebeu Publi Eli Lige.
  • Cayo Popilio Laenas (en latín, Caius Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas) fue un magistrado romano de 173 a. C., hermano del cónsul Marco Popilio Laenas (cónsul 173 a. C.), y cónsul romano en los años 172 a. C. y 158 a. C.El nombre nos indica que pertenecía a la familia de los Popilios, de origen etrusco.Fue cónsul en 172 a. C., un año después de que su hermano Marco hubiese tratado vergonzosamente a los ligures.
  • Гай Попилий Ленат (на латински: Gaius Popillius Laenas) e политик на Римската република през 2 век пр.н.е. Той е брат на Марк Попилий Ленат (консул 173 пр.н.е.).През 176 пр.н.е. Гай е претор заедно с брат си Марк, през 175 пр.н.е. отново е претор. През 172 пр.н.е. Гай Попилий е избран за консул заедно с Публий Елий Лиг. Двамата са първата двойка плебейски консули.През 169 пр.н.е. е пратеник в Гърция и чака на Делос завършването на Третата македонска война.
  • See also Popilius for other Romans with the same name. For more information on the Laenas family, see: Laenas.Gaius Popillius Laenas (the alternate spellings Popilius and Laena are fairly common) twice served as one of the two consuls of the Roman Republic, in 172 and 158 BC. His name indicates he was of the gens of the Popilii; the Latin plural of Laenas is Laenates.He was sent as an envoy to prevent a war between Antiochus IV Epiphanes of the Seleucid Empire and Ptolemaic Egypt.
  • Gaio Popilio Laenas erromatar kontsul bat izan zen K. a. 172 eta K. a. 158 urteetan.Izenak Popiliotarren familiakoa zela diosku, etruriar jatorrikoa.Mezulari bezala bidali zuten Antioko IV.a Epifanes seleuzidar erregea eta Ptolomeotar Egiptoren arteko balizko gudua eragozteko.
  • Gaius Popillius Laenas (ook Gaius Popilius Laenas) was in 172 en 158 v.Chr. Romeins consul.Hij was militair actief in Ligurië en diende als gezant en militair in Griekenland.Hij is echter vooral bekend gebleven door de brutale manier waarop hij in 168 een diplomatieke missie in opdracht van de Senaat uitvoerde. De Seleucidenvorst Antiochus IV Epiphanes was tegen de zin van Rome binnengevallen in Egypte.
  • Gaius Popilius Laenas byl v letech 172 př. n. l. a 158 př. n. l. římským kozulem. Do dějin vstoupil svým nekompromisním jednáním se syrským králem Antiochem IV. Epifanem.Když v roce 168 př. n. l. syrský král vpadl do Egypta a obléhal Alexandrii, Římané, znepokojeni jeho postupem, k němu vyslali poselstvo v čele s Gaiem Popiliem, které mělo dojednat mír mezi ním a egyptským králem Ptolemaiem. Antiochos po přečtení usnesení senátu požádal Popilia, aby mohl dokument probrat se svými společníky.
  • Caio Popílio Laenas (em latim, Caius Popillius P. F. P. N. Laenas) foi um magistrado romano de 173 a.C., irmão do cônsul Marco Popílio Lenate, e cônsul romano em 172 a.C. e em 158 a.C.O nome indica que pertencia à família dos Popílios, de origem etrusca.Foi cônsul em 172 a.C., um ano depois que o seu irmão Marco tratara vergonhosamente aos lígures.
  • Gaius Popillius Laenas war ein römischer Politiker der ersten Hälfte des 2. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. aus der gens der Popillii.Im Jahr 175 v. Chr. errang er die Prätur, nachdem im Jahr 176 v. Chr. bereits sein Bruder Marcus dieses Amt innegehabt hatte. Im Konsulat (172 v. Chr.) folgte er ebenfalls seinem Bruder nach. Er verhinderte als Konsul gegen den erbitterten Widerstand des Senats die Restituierung der von seinem Bruder im Vorjahr verkauften ligurischen Kriegsgefangenen.
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